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hannity's new plumber. >> this is about dismantling this country. you have awakened sleeping giant. we are tired of this and why everybody in this room is so ticked off. i don't want this country turning into russia, turning into a socialized country. >> ok. good for you. i think that's incredibly hyperbolic fear but you got to voice your question in a calm way to your senator. you can't argue with that. sean: katie, were you happy with the answer you got from the senator today? >> honestly, after i asked the question i was so just -- i don't know. i didn't hear half of what he said to be honest with you. [laughter] >> great. welcome to fox. can you start on monday? sean: that's not all the left wing blogosphere went in overdrive accusing katie from stupidity to racism and the blog white noise and sanity argued with a black man in the white house she's feeling like the founding fathers would be livid because they wanted white power to the end. the website crooks and liars charged -- sean: lovely. i guess the tone in washington really changed. joining me now to respond to all this is ka
them. sean: i will put them on my website, hannity.com, whether or not lou holtz should run. that is all the time we have left this evening. thanks for being with us. greta is standing by. we will see you back here tomorrow. greta: well, he fought hard. senator ted kennedy, the head of the kennedy clan, fought hard, but he lost his battle with brain cancer. >> the work goes on, the cause endures, and the dream will never die. greta: you will hear more from senator kennedy in his own words, and karl rove talks about working with senator kennedy, what it was like to work with him and against him. plus, do you want to dish out more than $1 billion for farmers' markets and jungle gyms? if you do not pay attention, you might be dishing this adds. steve moore is here to explain. but first, we spoke to a senior adviser to president bush, karl rove. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me, greta. greta: the news that has consumed everyone in the last 24 hours has been senator kennedy's death. i assume while you were here in washington, you had a chance to work with him.
. greta: sean hannity wanted to know what this anniversary was, and i would not tell him. let's grade the six months. let's start the first 1:00 p.m., we are looking at different criteria. the first one is on employment. 14.8% in february, 16.3% in july. that is usually a lagging indicator -- the first one is unemployment. >> this is probably the worst one, because, after all, the stimulus was to create jobs. i brought my chalkboard, because, after all, i m&a staff professor, but i would have to give them -- i am a tough professor, but i would have to give them an f. we have actually lost jobs, so on that criteria, they did not perform. greta: all right, another indicator to look at would be foreclosure notices. in february, there were over 290,000. in july, it was 360,000 plus. >> i think the housing market has improved a tad little bit, so i am2going to giveรง them a . i do not know if we can introduce this to the stimulus plan, -- if we can attribute this to the stimulus plan, but sales were up. greta: so you are thinking that is a positive, new home sales. all right, budget defic
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